Victory Hill CIO says the UK government lacks coherent and workable policies to achieve net zero.
It is November 2020. A global pandemic has swept across the UK, the economy is limping along on government-backed crutches, and the country needs some hope. Prime Minister Boris Johnson talks of plans to "build-back-better" to bring "green and growth" together and transform the UK's energy system.
Fast forward to today, and we have seen little evidence of the much hyped 10-point plan being put into action, nor of any plans to launch the promised "green industrial revolution" that Johnson made such noise about last autumn.